Among popular Christmas season activities during recent years has been finding the Elf on the Shelf. The stuffed toy, about 12 inches long, delights children who wonder where in the house he or she may be hiding. Read more
After the 2008 economic collapse, the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations launched a series of inquiries aimed at exposing the rot underlying the financial services industry. During one memorable hearing, then-Sen. Carl Levin grilled Goldman Sachs executives on their sale of… Read more
Who is a moderate now? Who’s a centrist? Read more
WASHINGTON - Schadenfreude, the pleasure derived from others' suffering, is rarely more welcome than when seated next to a journalist in this small town. Dinner parties are so crowded with people who delight in a scrap of gossip or perfectly awful news, why Alice Roosevelt Longworth herself … Read more
As Washington has been frozen in debate about whether to pass massive new economic stimulus legislation, something interesting has happened in the real world. Read more
Presidential elections in America come and go every four years to satisfy voter preference and constitutional election laws. Names and faces change with challengers at each election but our societal norms regarding personal choice, opportunity, property ownership, living standards, constitut… Read more
I simply cannot deal with the recent letter received from Valley Health. Read more
I was born and raised in Winchester and I have always felt that this town is a very special place, so special that I feel it is more than a town or city, it is a place that anyone could feel at home. Someone once said that if you are from Winchester, your blood is a little deeper shade of re… Read more
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Letters to the Editor
We have known Marie for several years and have found her to be an intelligent, caring, compassionate person who demonstrates ability to use sound judgment, critical thinking and is willing to listen to all sides of an issue. Her previous Winchester School Board experience will be invaluable … Read more
Are you voting for Biden to be the president of the United States of America, or Trump to be the president of the Divided States of America? How often, throughout your lifetime, have you read or heard the truth, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall”? We are voting to maintain our democracy, Con… Read more
Campaign season traditionally brings candidate door-to-door visits. These visits I have always felt are important so as citizens, we would be able to understand the candidate’s platforms and equally Important, to allow us to convey our areas of importance or concern on which we would like to… Read more
Submit a letter to the editor. Maximum of 250 words.